The IDDA is Committed to respresenting dentists, technicians, auxillaries and nurses across the world who use Digital Dentistry in a fair and open way.
Our executive committee acts on the direction of the elected members. This executive board is made up of the founders of the IDDA. The Executive Committee consists of these founders that sit on the Executive Board as well as the chairperson from each subcommittee so that EVERYONE has a voice. The Steering Committee joins the executive board with the representatives of each area in providing a course for the Future of Dentistry Worldwide.
We pride ourselves in that our members directly vote for the positions.
2021 Election Information;
If you would like to represent digital dentistry in one of the following positions you must be nominated. Nominations will take place from the 1st September to the 1st of December giving our members 3 months to put themselves forward
The Executive Committe consists of the Executive Board (Adam Nulty, Chris Lefkaditis, Patrik Zachrisson and Quintus Van Tonder) plus the following;
Positions available for election are;
Chairs for Committees (Each chair will be responsible for forming their own committe from members and will sit on the Main Board);
Web Development & Social Media
Representatives; (Each representative will be responsible for dealing with their own area and will join the Steering Committee)
Regional Representative for UK – North
Regional Representative for UK – Midlands
Regional Representative for UK – South
Regional Representative for other countries below (but not limited to, open to any)
– Wales, Ireland, France, Germany, South Africa, Russia, China, Australia, Poland
Election will take place with votes being cast by members of idda.org from the 1st of January to the 31st January.
It must be stressed that votes will be held in a controlled, anonymous and fair fashion with each member receiving a seperate code/link to cast their vote.
The results of the election will be announced in MARCH 2021 with the elected members taking their positions 5th April 2021.
Each member can sit for a maximum of upto two terms with each term being 2 years.